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news stations. >>you're watching kron 4 news at 9. >>workers have we have that recommendation for them to be tested on a regular basis and a follower guidelines, but they do have a somewhat of a higher risk and when you're frontline workers. >>now a 9 clusters of covid-19 positive costco employees are being treated for the virus across santa clara county tonight. good evening. i'm ken wayne and i'm pam moore, our top story tonight at 9 employees and customers of tesco stores in the south bay are learning about the newly revealed infection so far 31 employees have tested positive this month. >>well for l a socal monae and is live in our newsroom with what the wholesale company local authorities and union representatives are doing about all this l a kevin can the santa clara county health department has there at director explained that they're called clusters because 4 different sites had 3 or more cases so they toward 3 of the 4 costco locations and they checked out to be
okay. >>at least one story that we drove past this morning in sunnyvale was still open. there's contact tracing being done among the employees and costco customers are being reminded to check for their own symptoms and to do their part to slow the spread. >>altogether 31 employees have tested positive for coronavirus throughout the month of july across 4 different costco stores in santa clara county. the location in mountain view reported for employees got sick between july 15th and 29th. that site has yet to be inspected by the county. the store in gilroy had 6 cases between july 24th and 30th. the one in sunnyvale had 13 confirmed cases between july 23rd and 26th. and the costco site in san jose on center had 8 cases between july 17th and 22nd. the last 3 locations were all inspected by the environmental health department this week and met the standards all of the costco stores that were. >>inspected met the standards that we expect in all the customer areas. and we did
make some recommendations relative to a couple of the employee only areas otherwise they did very well and they have been good and partners with the public health department in maintaining those protocols and safety at the costco store. >>the county goes through a seven-step process when there is a positive case founded a business preliminary investigation shows a costco is complying with social distancing and other protocols and many of the cases have been caused by community transmission. most likely not internally among employees, the union representing those employees also backed that costco stores are going above and beyond to protect them along with customers for example using higher and larger plexiglass said checkout stands while also enforcing mask requirements. their rep calls the coronavirus insidious and highlights the need for ramped up testing for frontline workers who are at higher risk with a faster turnaround of the results of the survey. >>absolutely essential and
vital. well in our society. this is a held a way to get that kind of notoriety. the union is working to pin down an alternative with costco and getting employees compensated while they wait for test results without resorting to exhausting all sick or vacation time. >>the union rep estimates an average of 400 employees for costco store but says there's ample space and cyber distancing and went on to say that retail is reflective of communities so he hopes of customers continue to mask up and distance while shopping at costco stores to ensure that everyone is doing what they can live in the newsroom. ella sogomonian kron 4 news thank you all a in the bay area there are now more than 50,000 cases of coronavirus and every bay area county is now on the states watch list, here's a look at the bay area broken down county by county right now alameda county still leads with more than 11,000 cases of covid-19 santa clara county is not far behind with nearly
10,000 cases, the number of people in san francisco hospitals has gone up since april. >>on april 11th there were 94 patients hospitalized that number dropped to 29 on june 18th but in the past 6 weeks as you can see there's been an upward trend starting right there there are now a 107 people hospitalized about a quarter of them are in intensive care. >>but we have to understand that with more virus in the community now than ever before you saw how quickly we went from 5,000 to 6,000 cases, the odds of somebody being infected and one of these gatherings has increased dramatically over the debt over the last few weeks. please please don't gather. >>according to doctor grant colfax large social gatherings, happening in the city are contributing to that search to try and get out in front of a potential surge in hospitalizations the city announced it is building a new temporary hospital to free up beds for covid patients.
>>the new hospital will be open for non covid patients who need short-term medical care or observations. a for sale of the sacking joins us live now from the presidio in the city where the new facility will be located taylor. well the san francisco help director put it bluntly today, he said that we are in a major surge of coronavirus cases. >>that's exactly why you're seeing this facility here behind me get getting up and running shortly. you know this is supposed to open with 20 patients, but it will eventually have the capacity up to 93 people. as san francisco braces for a major surge in coronavirus cases the city will soon open a temporary hospital in the for non covid patients to free up beds for those who have the virus to this 38 days to go from 2000 to 3,000 cases. >>it took just half as long to go from 3,000 to 4,000. and in just 10 days. this month. we
went from 5,000 to 6,000 cases of covid-19 doctor grant colfax san francisco's director of health says. >>cases are rising at alarming rates. the city currently has 6,423 people with covid-19 a surge in april put 94 people in the hospital that number dipped to 26 6 weeks ago and as of thursday, 107 patients are now in the hospital with the coronavirus a quarter of them in intensive care. >>let me be clear. we are in a major surge of covid-19. the virus is moving fast and more people are getting seriously ill as hospitals expect to see more coronavirus patients. >>the city will use this new facility off gorgeous avenue to care for up to 93 non covid patients who need short-term medical states. this new note to the medical center. >>is an inpatient facility. the patients staying here will receive treatment at this location in new of hospital
care or they will have been transferred from a hospital the city says it has it overwhelmed as health care system yet and they hope to keep it that way peter chan, hong an infectious disease specialist at ucsf says planning will be the most important in the coming months and dismayed madness instead of reacting to it. >>when you react to bad stuff. you do nt silly and you cut corners when you can fly in and do things differently because you can think about one of the limitations will be getting enough. health care personnel to stop this new facility which is something you can just do overnight. >>now as for an official date of when this place will open the city has not released that yet, but we expect to see things moving over here shortly. this foot of new facilities are minor for all of us to do our part that means wash your hands remain socially distant. and of course wearamask now i also want to point out you may see some of us on tv like right now, not wearing a mask i want you all to know at home we only do this when no one is
around or in the area, it's definitely safe. just me i have i'm asked to put on here as soon as we're done here for now live in san francisco taylor bisacky kron 4 news only this time i see without the mass taylor's when you're on tv. thank you taylor, the nation's top coronavirus experts are recommending face shields now to. >>prevent the spread of coronavirus the push for added protection comes from doctors deborah birx anthony fauci who have been leading voices during the covid-19 pandemic the idea is if someone else coughs or sneezes wearing a face shield can help keep those particles from getting into your eyes and that can also help prevent you from touching or rubbing your eyes. factions disease experts say the virus gets into our bodies to receptors found in the nose and throat but those same receptors are also found on the external surface of parts of the eye. >>no we haven't proven yet the eyes of portal but there's every reason to think it could be and so why not shield
ourselves. >>that doctor says the most important thing to keep coronavirus from spreading is social distancing because if you are far enough away. the risk of transmission drops sharply for the second time this week an employee with the san francisco sheriff's office has tested positive for covid-19 officials say that person worked at the hall of justice the sheriff's department has had 10 employees says positive since march. >>former republican presidential candidate and restaurant or herman cain has died from covid-19 the 74 year-old former ceo of godfather's pizza was hospitalized earlier this month. as a co-chair of black voices for trump. cain was one of the surrogate said president trump's june rally in tulsa oklahoma. at least 8 trump advance team staffers there tested positive for coronavirus however, it's unknown where herb cain contracted the virus nationwide more than 152,000 people have died from
coronavirus and an influential model released today now has an ominous prediction of almost 231,000 us covid-19 deaths by november. >>tonight, the number of coronavirus cases in the nation has surpassed 4.4 million. >>well it was a sunny lovely day across the bay area today, we're looking at live now at the bay bridge toll plaza we see some fog there in the background check in with our chief meteorologist lawrence karnow and see what's afoot out there. lawrence nightly march low clouds and fog making their way back on shore right now and you can see it at over san francisco stretching into the bay, maybe a little drizzle was little damp along the coastline with some the drizzle last night maybe not as much, but a little bit out there overnight tonight into early tomorrow morning. >>as we look toward sfo got those clouds rolling on through today, the temperatures running a little below average in the san francisco yet to make some patchy fog. then some some but only 63 degrees slightly warmer than normal in oakland,
7178 in san jose 90 still hot in livermore 89 in concord and 80 degrees in santa rosa. we've got that fog that is moving in right now it looks like it will be pretty extensive overnight tonight, but a surge well on shore temperatures still mild inland. you're almost 70 degrees in livermore caulker 57 of the fog in san francisco, 61 right now in oakland 64 in san jose 58 degrees in santa rosa. tonight, lot of our returned couple patches of drizzle along the coastline tomorrow patchy fog early on then sunny and warm in the afternoon temperatures will be very similar to what we had today looks like a good weekend just morning clouds giving way to plenty of sunshine. well we've got a blocking ridge out there ridge of high pressure that is really holding this next system off the our temperatures caught right in between we've got that sea breeze outside that's just enough to keep us from getting too hot and that's some good news as the temperatures running below the average in many spots around the bay area, the better part of july low cloud and fog early tomorrow morning, the giving way to some sunshine in the afternoon temperatures again going to be comfortable most
spots about some 70's and serving up around the bay tomorrow 50's 60's by the coastline. we've got some 80's couple low 90's well inland. thank you or snow to a big story. we're following tonight, a special prosecutor will oversee a controversial fatal shooting involving the label police the solano county district attorney has appointed michael ramos to review willie mccoy's death the lawsuit claims 6 officers shot mccoy 55 times while he was asleep in his car outside a taco bell back in february of 2019. >>in body cam footage you can hear an officer tell the other officers to shoot mccoy if he moved. police claim mccoy had a gun in his lap. special prosecutor ramos has served as the san bernardino addition to turn a for 16 years and formerly served as president of the california district attorneys association, san jose city leaders are set to consider reform plans for that city's police department on august 11th today, the mayor
sam liccardo released the next stage. >>of his police reform. it includes starting the process to move investigations of police misconduct from police department's internal affairs to the independent police auditor tasking the city attorney's the auditor and city manager to ride council with specific recommendations to reform the arbitration process re imagine public safety response such as by supplanting the police department's response to many non criminal complaints with a civilian response and examine how whether or not to mandate expedited public disclosure of body-worn camera video of incidents of substantial public concern such as major protests or controversial uses of force. you can find the mayor's full plan for police reform on our website kron 4 dot com just look for this story. a san francisco restaurant is drawing some negative attention for a series of controversial signs posted in its windows. some of those signs questioning the gender of former first lady
michelle obama will also calling the city. a cesspool kron four's dan thorn is live tonight in north beach she joins us with more on this story than what is this all about. >>well ken and pam of the restaurant owner would not go on camera but he did tell me that these signs that he has posted at his restaurant or freedom of speech. he says that he is packing up shop and he is leaving san francisco because city leaders are failing people like him. but people that live here in the neighborhood say they're actually happy to see this restaurant owner leave. >>signs hand written in broken english and italian cover the windows of restaurant tried to reopen tokyo for the ones people can make out its speech not welcome in north beach and definitely bizarre i don't know what the point is per se the post's come across as an angry rant says neighborhood resident david asked link. but the more you read them or bigoted they become one sign
questioning whether former first lady michelle obama is a man for someone to say that michelle obama is the man a little troubling crary racist and bigoted. >>dan mackey arena is the president of the north beach business association. he says it's well known throughout the neighborhood that the owner of the restaurant is intolerant district 3 supervisor, aaron peskin echoed those sentiments saying in part quote the owner of this establishment is known by all local residents to be on hand, nobody in the neighborhood is sad to see him go but losing a local business is not something to be celebrated. the restaurant is closing because of the covid-19 pandemic people are angry right now and i i get that people are angry. >>this is this is a little. >>aggressive for me i have no regrets about this individual and his business holding up. and some fortunate to have to say that because we don't like to lose businesses at all as the signs remain at least for now neighbors say it's best to
ignore them. this is a representative in north beach is a community and as a neighborhood so. >>if you do walk by maybe look >>well the front door of this restaurant was vandalized yesterday with profanity essentially telling the restaurant owner to shot up we spoke with some other business owners here in the area. they say that the language in the signs as repulsive and they too are happy to see this guy go. reporting live in san francisco. dan thorn kron 4 news say dan are a few address to send your story any idea exactly when that restaurant will be shut down and do we know what will happen to that space afterwards. >>he did not tell me exactly when the restaurant is going to shut down but as you pass by the business today you can see a lot of the tables and chairs. >>are sort of stacked up i briefly heard a conversation that the restaurant was having one of the another man where he was saying that he was going to come by tomorrow and purchase some chairs from him. if you go online and you look
up this restaurant, it says it's right now temporarily closed but according to the owner. it's permanently closed. >>and torn live for us in north beach stand, thank you very much an investigation is underway at stanford university after 2 swastikas were drawn on campus university officials say the graffiti was found monday on a hallway wall in the campuses memorial church. in a statement stanford the frat stanford president condemned the act calling the swastika symbol of hate and anti semitism that has no place on campus. staff say they believe the vandalism could have occurred as early as the 4th of july weekend. authorities say they're investigating the incident as a hate crime. president trump now says he does not want november's election delay despite floating that very idea on twitter this morning in that tweet earlier today the president claimed quote 2020 will be the most inaccurate and fraudulent election in history, but he did not provide any evidence to support that claim.
>>he went on to call on congress to delay the election until people can properly securely and safely vote. his post was quickly criticized by republicans and democrats alike and then later in the day the president at is mail in voting could cause uncertainty in the election. i want to delay. i want to have the election. >>but i also don't want to have to wait for 3 months and then find out that the ballots are all missing. and the election doesn't mean anything. this was going to happen she does common sense and everyone knows it. smart people know it, stupid people may not know it and so people don't want to talk about it. but they know it. >>there are just 9 to 6 days before the election, the general election has been on the first tuesday after the first monday in november since 18 45, it's in the constitution. elections have taken place on that day even during wars and economic depressions senate majority leader mitch mcconnell said the election date is set in
stone voting this november is going to look a lot different than in past years at least in many parts of california. every registered voter will receive a ballot in the mail and once you get your ballot. >>you have a little less than a month to fill it out and turn it in so it can be counted. the most obvious ways to just put it in the mailbox the post office recommends doing that at least a week before election day on november, 3rd, but if you live in san francisco. there will be other options. >>right right, but the message out this election at the polling places in the city are also drop me a ballot drop off locations. >>san francisco, voters can drop off their ballots at those 588 polling locations in the city and they can also vote in person meanwhile san mateo county started all-mail voting. back in 2015. >>he believed in us. even when we don't we believe in ourselves. >>representative john lewis, a
passionate champion of civil rights voting rights and long-term georgia congressman was remembered today by family and friends, former presidents bush clinton and obama also spoke at what they are calling his homegoing services afternoon darryl forges has more from atlanta. >>we have come to say farewell to a friend. >>representative john lewis was remembered today in a home going service at ebenezer baptist church in atlanta georgia. the 17 term congressman was honored by the youngest of friends. >>john knows was my hero, my friend, let's honor him again in good trouble. >>and by former presidents from both sides of the political aisle. >>he always thought of others. he always believed in preaching the gospel in word and deed. and sure sting that hate and fear had to be answered. with love and hope. >>john lewis was many things.
but he was. a friend and sunshine and storm. a friend who would walk the stoney roads. that is to the wall. >>someday when we do finish that long journey towards free. what we do for. a more perfect too. whether it's years from now or decades or even if it takes another 2 centuries. john lewis. >>will be a founding father. of that fuller. >>and return john lewis penned his own farewell to america. in my life i have done all i can to demonstrate that the way of peace the way of love and nonviolence is the more excellent way. now it is your turn to let freedom ring. and atlanta, i'm darryl forges. >>coming up usc is dealing with the coronavirus outbreak in its greek community, how
the university is responding to the problem when we come back. >>why federal agents are expected to stay in portland, even though all guns governor made an agreement with the trump administration for them to leave. the former police officer who fatally shot michael brown in ferguson missouri will not be charged for hear from the state's top prosecutor on why he made that
>>st. louis county's top prosecutor announced tonight, he will not charge the former police officer who fatally shot. michael brown in ferguson missouri, it was nearly 6 years ago that a grand jury declined to indict officer darren wilson wilson was the white police officer who shot brown civil rights leaders and brown's mother had hoped that prosecuting attorney wesley bell who is that county's first black prosecutor. >>would reopen the case after he took office in january of 2019 and a news conference today prosecutor bell said the decision not to file charges was very tough. >>i see that this was disturbing to me as well. but i made a promise to to ah to be about transparency and accountability. and yes, this is a very tough decision it's always hard to do you have to have to tell a family that you're not going to be able to give them the justice that they want. >>michael brown's body remained line in the street for 4 hours angering his family and the community.
witnesses say brown had his hands up in surrender when wilson fired but a grand jury and the u.s. department of justice did not find those accounts credible. >>protesters in portland squared off with police near the federal courthouse again last night but portland's police tweeted this morning at the courthouse squares had been cleared and no arrests were made. under the deal announced by governor kate brown federal agents sent by president trump where to begin a phased withdrawal today, and oregon state police would take over outside the building. the vice president mike pence pushed back in raleigh for police today in pennsylvania. let me be clear. >>law enforcement officers are not leaving portland until the federal courthouse is secure and law abiding citizens in portland are safe. >>that's what leadership looks like. that's the leadership of president donald trump.
>>also today, a county judge granted a temporary restraining order barring the city including police from collecting or maintaining video or audio of protesters in public. >>up next grass valley police investigating a woman's claim she was coughed on by a stranger, the charges that person could face investigators proved behavior was on purpose plus would you return to work after being kidnapped that's what one employee in an intense situation at a car dealership us to talk about looks playmore what happened after the break. and hundreds of san francisco restaurants struggling to
>>a restaurant in san francisco are closing their doors restaurant owners say relying on limited outdoor dining and take out it's just not enough for them to do business in the city ground force to leave to go reports on the ongoing struggles of restaurant and bar owners during this pandemic. >>with growing uncertainty mounting about when indoor dining will again be sanctioned in san francisco stephon says he's made the tough decision to temporarily close his restaurants down we're still in business but we're taking a break own spravato ristorante and more on california street as well as barbacoa next door in the financial district. he says takeout orders and the limited outdoor dining he offered last month just have been generated
enough revenue to stay open and much like his neighbors at tadic's grill funds from the federal paycheck protection program loan, he received are running low, he's been forced to lay off about a 113 employees that adage announced this week that it is causing operations this friday, the hopes of reopening the 171 year old establishment down the road or landlord has been working with is so worried, good would have to says he'll likely remain closed until indoor dining returns right now nobody knows anything business owners believe they can make it through this pandemic but they say that depends on the communities efforts to control the spread of covid-19 when you're dining out wear the mask when the service approach and when anybody and just how much we can do that and we can continue what was like a rock star result to start with in san francisco and we're going to have a shot at going forward sooner robin restaurant in hayes valley is surviving on carry out orders,
but it's unclear how long this business model can be sustained were definitely. >>grateful to have a loyal customer base. >>however, it's just not like oh greece are running our business a grim reminder of the trying times less than a block away from robin the bar smuggler's cove has temporarily closed down because of the pandemic. >>another historic far the stood shut down permanently at its home location in soma last month. the golden gate restaurant association represents about 800 food establishments and executive director laurie thomas says up to half of them may go out of business what we need is a more federal money. >>to make it for all the restaurant owners out there stay strong. >>and stay healthy and we welcome back that's the hope but there are no guarantees in san francisco fled to gaul kron 4 news. >>in the north bay sonoma county has seen a spike in coronavirus related deaths this week alone 7 people have
died bringing that county's death toll to 31. these recent deaths involved people 65 or older with underlying health conditions than they were people living in skilled nursing facilities. the deaths occurred at 3 different facilities, one in sonoma to in petaluma county health officials say they are doing the best they can to protect those who are vulnerable. >>the university of southern california is dealing with an outbreak of the coronavirus spread across the university's greek row, the chief student health officer told the los angeles times. the school has detected about 40 positive covid-19 cases in the fraternity community. reports say about a 150 usc students and employees have tested positive for the virus. usc and other universities have moved to have moved to online classes in an effort to try to keep students staff and local community safe during the pandemic. police are looking into to several reports of people intentionally coughing on others in nevada county. in
both cases. investigators say the suspects were angry over having to wear masks up water, jessica mensch spoke with one of the victims about what happened and explains why the suspects could face assault charges. >>with a mask and plenty of hand sanitizer shannon snow only leaves home for the essentials because of covid virus. a teen trip to get groceries at briar patch of grass. and in fear on july 14th. >>please would you wear him out the door. >>and the yelling at me you're just the people i can't read a map. >>she says the 2 eventually pulled their masks up since it's required in the store she thought that was the end of it she paid for groceries and walked out to the parking lot
but has she reached her car air with them and they showed me. she reported the interaction to the grass valley police department are now investigating they say if the suspect is identified and they can prove intentionally coughed on her own and could face misdemeanor assault charges. >>criminal defense attorney mark reichel explains why it's offensive conduct that put you in reasonable fear or that's an assault. >>he says if the person responsible knew they had covid-19 the charges could be more serious. >>it could be proven somehow they got it from that first got that exposure and they die. the question is you we have a murder case i. >>snow says she got tested for the virus and thankfully it turned up negative. but she's hoping police can find the
person responsible to stop anyone else from having to experience this kind of know like it at all. >>that was jessica mensch reporting. >>a tropical storm and maybe soon to be hurricane could be headed toward the united states, we'll talk about that your bay area forecast coming up next plus what led police to arrest a man caught on video torching a government building and coming up in sports. the nba is back as the resumed season gets underway and 2 huge matchups
>>time now for schools. >>welcome back seeing how everything is playing out in the nba bubble has been fascinating but the best part of it all seems to be that it's a working of the 344 players tested for covid-19 on the nba campus. 0 have come back positive i'll take that any day of the week today, the game started to met first with the lakers hosting the clippers. before the game both the clippers and lakers took a knee during the national anthem there you see lebron james paul george kawhi leonard let's go to the 4 officials a great one lakers up by one lebron muscle his way into the pain he scored in the lakers go up 3 next play paul george and she's gone.
he's so good that the 3 ball ties the game at one oh one. now less than 20 seconds left lebron drives he runs out, but he gets mrs. and the lakers go up by 2 with 7 seconds left. now look at the defense lebron james switches on the paul george side of the 3 girls up a 3 and. that'll do it. the lakers hang on to beat the clips one '03, 1, oh one your final. they play the raptors on saturday. now to the early game, the jazz and the pelicans both teams taking a knee during the national anthem supporting black lives matters all wearing the same t-shirt 1st quarter jags up one f mike connelly, them all 3 of those he had 20 points for the 3rd quarter pelicans up by 6. check out the dime from zion williamson usually dunking on phones. what a play to lonzo ball. 4th quarter now jazz up by one they're down by as much as 16 donovan mitchell
was spectacular in the 4th quarter to give the dead the 3 point lead and that does it he beat the pelicans by 2 great first night back dad will take on the thunder on saturday. now let's take a look at what the giants are doing right now over at oracle. they are down 6 to 4 they were down 5 to one so making their way back we'll have full highlights at 10. tara, did you know geico is now offering an extra 15% credit on car and motorcycle policies? >>wow...ok! that's 15% on top of what geico could already save you. so what are you waiting for? idina menzel to sing your own theme song? ♪ tara, tara, look at her go with a fresh cup of joe. ♪ gettin' down to work early! ♪ following her dreams into taxidermy! oh, it's...tax attorney. ♪ i read that wrong, oh yeeaaaah! geico. save an extra 15 percent when you switch by october 7th. ♪ give it up for tara!
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>>a car dealership employee is okay 2 nights after being kidnapped during alleged car theft it started in maine wednesday morning as davis singer reports the suspect made it to new hampshire before police managed to stop him. police say was around 1030 this morning when the suspect mark lindholm drove onto the range rover lot here and parked a vehicle right here blocking this inclined ran to this parking lot. >>and jumped into one of these range rovers doing their daily job and somebody jumps in you know steals a car while they're in it basically kidnaps them >>you know it's kind of a scary thing the employee was in the back seat of that range rover, a woman named e she was taking photos of the vehicle's interior. >>once the suspect jumped in she immediately started pleading with the suspect to let her out she's very brave stoic through everything taking off down route one d told police that the 47 year-old suspect for medicine did eventually letter out near
main medical center but not before running several red lights and saying some strange things she said that he was making odd statements like god told me to do this and then he also it said that we're about to make history police caught up with lynn home in portsmouth new hampshire where they recovered the range rover and arrested him on charges including theft and kidnapping as for de she's okay in fact she went back to work. we offered to let her go home for the day and she said no she wanted to finish your work day. >>you know, a great example of an employee at the goodwood motor group. >>quite an employee indeed that was david singer reporting for us tonight. >>in chicago police say 3 officers were shot today while trying to take a suspected carjacker into custody. the police superintendent says one officer was shot in the chin, another in the hip. a 3rd hit on his protective vest they were all taken to hospitals their conditions not released tonight. a suspect was also shot and taken to the hospital
police described him as quote a violent carjacking offender. >>i want to strongly emphasize the inherent dangers. that these and all chicago police officer experience. every day. protecting the residents. a chicago. >>chicago mayor lori lightfoot chimed in on twitter posting quote i ask everyone in our city to join me in praying for the chicago police officers shot and injured this morning in the line of duty. >>in phoenix police say they arrested the man they believe set a fire at the democratic party building last week detectives say this new surveillance video here shows the moments the 29 year-old matthew angler started the fire. investigators say is a former volunteer at the democratic party in arizona and according to court paperwork. he set the fire at the headquarters because the party would no longer let him volunteer. edgar was once a
precinct committee person with the county democrats but he was banned due to behavior issues egger was arrested after confessing on social media. >>i can tell you that based on the arson itself we're very lucky and very fortunate that there was no one injured to include our firefighters. you know that's why things had with these type of crimes, it's it's purposeful right. there's intent behind it. >>the democratic party in arizona released a statement after engler's arrest saying in part quote we are deeply saddened and shocked by today's news, anger is facing arson charges and he's being held on a $75,000 bond. the united states geological survey confirms that a magnitude 4.2 earthquake shook southern california early this morning. it was centered near pacoima about 23 miles northwest of downtown los angeles. the like quake which apparently felt like a jolt was enough to get the attention of a lot of residents in and around the san fernando valley. >>really like my son fell off
the bed or something so i get up and my wife has an app that alerted. so the goal k but. yeah, i mean those in a shake. >>but it stopped. it wasn't that bad. >>officials say they do not have any reports of major injuries or significant damage meanwhile, tropical storm he said the u.s. has knocked out power and caused flooding in small landslides across puerto rico. the national guard rescued at least 35 people in the u.s. territory, including 2 newborns and this is video of flooded streets and monica. forecasters predict the storm will strengthen into a hurricane while moving toward the bahamas as well as the u.s. east coast. well let's take a look at the weather here at home as we give you a live look at the embarcadero in the city lawrence is here with the local weather as well as a look at that tropical storm laura yeah we're talking about this tropical storm last night. >>if it stayed further out over open waters there was the potential it could become a hurricane looks like that is
in fact what's going to happen. here's a nice idea says it made its way over puerto rico over the dominican republic. kind of weakening just a little bit as it passes by you can see the eye moving here not a well-defined center of the system just yet not a true i've a hurricane but that will soon change there we go maximum sustained winds now 80 miles per hour. so now officially a hurricane moving to the northwest at 18 miles per hour continue to track toward florida and then right off the coastline there you go by 08:00pm on saturday that storm system possibly a category one just off the coast remember the original track was going to move on shore moves over land to start to lose some of that energy so now it kind of just rates the coastline and then watch what happens all along the coast here continuing until monday possibly making landfall in north carolina near morehead city may be cape hatteras we have to watch it very closely and then could but new england as we get toward later in the week. so certainly an interesting storm to watch could be potentially dangerous
to fog out there right now around the bay area cloudy skies all around as we see that fog move well on shore high pressure kind of a blocking ridge sitting out there right now and it's over the desert southwest, not allowing anything to come in our way so kind of rain between here very hot temperatures as you make your way and arizona 4 corner states but otherwise california get inland. it certainly hopping along the coastline enough of the sea breeze still to keep us fairly cool about 65 degrees in san francisco, 71 and sunny and nice in oakland tomorrow sunny and warm in san jose at 80 degrees and we're going to see plenty of low clouds and fog stretch on short time maybe even a couple batches of drizzle along the immediate coastline 00:30am in the morning you seen some of that patchy fog early on giving way to sunshine again summer in the bay area looking good and the fog is shoot back on shore as we head toward the afternoon right next few days we're going to see those temperatures are hovering just about the same little breezy as we get in towards sunday and monday but maybe a little more sunshine too. >>up next some land in kansas
>>after a four-day disappearance of drew international interest a teddy bear is now back with its owner in vancouver power. so yeah, no was distraught when the little bear was taken last friday because it had a recording of her late mother's voice. the story went viral on social media and actor ryan
reynolds, even put up a $5,000 reward for its return. 2 strangers found the plush toy and return to tomorrow in perfect condition tuesday. >>and the best in us and i tried to be optimistic i kai it is. and it is counted as a loss in on a c i didn't think she would come back but she did. >>the bears recorded message isn't a golic the language in the philippines that is mars mother's voice saying i love you. >>piece of land in kansas once served as a place of action for golfers and now it's being used for rest and relaxation for horses. reporter alan shop talk to the man behind the horse home and found out why phony needed to create it. >>we bought it because it was an interesting property, fresh snow says it's not a charity or not even a business. this is a variety people come together with a hobby that hobby helping older horses few want to nato forces didn't come in in bad shape that they just had been written or 12 or 15 years 7 years ago we bought
this old golf course most of that runs on volunteer power people who loved horses and want to give them new life volunteers from 9 years old to 90 years old bread says it's a win-win month last year 52 horses came through the gates all but 5 found permanent matches most of the horses we end up with would have gone to an auction and from the auction to a kill pen something fred has a hard time thinking about that a lot of calls we take this what we've never said no for some it's an end of life whole southern more senior horses that came the end of their life they didn't have anywhere to go and i came here for others, it's a rehab and a new home real feeling of accomplishment both feeling really for the horse to a new life for an old golf course and some older horses looking for a whole you learn to love the horses and nationally following up with them while they're here. now as alan shope reporting for us tonight and that wraps up kron 4 news at 9 can larson i will be back at the top of the hour. >>russia toner stirring up
controversy in san francisco's north beach by posting signs which some are calling racist why city leaders say they're not surprised by what he is post a catholic school in san francisco ransacked and burglarized what was taken and how much money they're trying to raise before the new school news stations.
>>you're watching kron 4 news at 10. we begin in her use of this dispersant being angry. >>a san francisco restaurant posting a series of controversial signs in its windows drawing negative attention, thank you for joining us at 10 i fail more. i'm ken wayne, some of the signs that the north beach restaurant question. the gender of former first lady michelle obama while also calling san francisco a cesspool kron four's dan thorn joins us live from north beach tonight with more on this story. dan. >>ken and pam this restaurant owner would not go on camera, but he did tell me that the signs that are posted his restaurant or freedom of speech he says he's closing up shop. >>he's leaving san francisco because city leaders are failing people like him, but people in this neighborhood say that they are happy to see him go. >>signs hand written in broken english and italian cover the windows of restaurant tried to reopen tokyo for the